Limestone Station Wagon

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Jeremy
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Ideally yes, but I'm using the cut out the old radio fitted into for the depth of the USB's so needed them roughly there.

Have got a second panel cut to size in case I do change my mind
Jeremy
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Took her on a day trip to north France today.

400 miles, slight pull from brakes and she didn't like queuing at the tunnel to come home (last day of half term, should have known!) otherwise she was spot on and perfect for the trip!

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harry potter
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looking good. plenty of space in the back to load up with wine, cheese and champagne.
Jeremy
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She's just had a little service and new springs (from Jones Springs) fitted.

Only managed time for a short drive, much better ride now!
disco2hse
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Jeremy wrote:She's just had a little service and new springs (from Jones Springs) fitted.

Only managed time for a short drive, much better ride now!
Does make a difference doesn't it. I replaced the heavy duty springs that were also rusted with standard duty. Better ride and much better handling on corners.
Alan

1983 ex-army FFR 109 Stage 1
2005 Disco 2 HSE TD5
Jeremy
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Quick trip around my parents farm this morning
Lewy
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Nice wagon.
Jeremy
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Seat belt issue sorted - wife refuses to go in it so just me dog and baby! Her seat fits a treat :D


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Jeremy
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Little camping trip yesterday 8)
disco2hse
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Neat BBQ :D
Alan

1983 ex-army FFR 109 Stage 1
2005 Disco 2 HSE TD5
Jeremy
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It's an Oz Pig, great bit of kit! :D
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firemanshort
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Location: Loudoun County, VA - near Wash DC

Re: Limestone Station Wagon

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That wood stove looks awesome. I did some research - lost about one hour of productivity from the day staring at YouTube videos and I am really impressed. That said - it ain't a cheap piece of kit and hard to find in the USA.


oh... nice truck - glad to see you out enjoying it.
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Lewy
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I was checking out the OZ pig at a local shop last week.

They look pretty good. These guys have a segment on cooking with one in almost all episodes

http://www.offroadadventureshow.com.au/
Jeremy
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Bugger.

It was being brought home yesterday after a few little tweak and a van pulled out in front. At the moment looks like possible chassis twist, won't start etc etc.
harry potter
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Damn!!!! that's not good.
Gutted for you, that's bad luck. hope your ok.
also hope your covered ok on the insurance if someone pulled out on you. any ideas on what will happen to the truck? if the chassis is twisted (and its a nice new Richards) that's a real shame.
Good luck and hope it gets sorted with minimal stress and agro from the insurance
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